Let’s be honest…it looks good on the gram and good in our hands. Our obsession with rosé has reached new heights and it’s not hard to see why. It’s Millennial pink-pretty, it amps up our aesthetic and it kind of makes us feel like we’re in the South of France. It’s even been referred to as the Hampton’s Gatorade before, so yeah, we’re all on board for a good glass of the pink drink. And apparently so is the rest of the world because June 9 is National Rosé Day. In honor of our new favorite day, we rounded up some of the best places around the Valley to enjoy rosé on June 9 and beyond.
Oh, and to cater to your addiction even more, you can now get a keg of rosé delivered straight to your door from Bridge Lane Wine. That’s 26 bottles of wine or 130 glasses. The thirst is real. Shop them here.
What better way to rosé all day than at a full festival dedicated to the pink drink? Arizona’s inaugural BLUSH Rosé Festival will take place on Saturday, June 9 at Old Town Scottsdale venue, The Clayton House with unlimited tastings from over 75 rosé varieties provided by Young’s Market Company as well as rosé inspired cocktails, frosé and even pink beer. Guests can sip the day away at any one of three different drinking and dining affairs including Brunch + Bubbles from 11a – 2p with brunch faves from The Montauk, the Tapas Experience from 3p – 6p with bites from Farm & Craft and finally Eat, Drink & Rosé from 7p – 10p. The epic rosé soiree will also include live music at each session, roaming sommeliers, a pink boutique and ten different Instagrammable photo opps. Tickets for the BLUSH bash can be purchased at blushinternationalrosefestival.com. Tickets can only be purchased online and will not be available at the door.
Omni Montelucia is celebrating the pink wine by making it the star of its Chef’s Dinner series on July 26 and pairing it up with a gluten-free menu, a match made in Heaven! The resort’s Chef’s Dinner series feature a lineup of one-of-a-kind experiences showcasing different distilleries and winemakers around the country. The series is hosted in the Chef’s Kitchen, an indoor-outdoor space with a 2,500-square-foot, outdoor herb garden. Enjoy a live demonstration and a three-course family-style dinner by Executive Chef Marcos Seville paired with sips from the visiting winemakers and distillers. But don’t let someone else get what you deserve; space is limited to just 24 people so make your reservations now! More info here.
Cheers to a day poolside at Mountain Shadows where they’ve just debuted their brand new Rosé all day menu. Choose from seven different options like the Chronic Rosé with notes of watermelon, cantaloupe and cherry jolly rancher (yes, please!) or go all out with a bottle of Dom Perignon Rosé, highlighted by red currants, wild strawberries and warm notes of ripe hay and blood orange. For an icier treat, opt for the Chronic Frozé cocktail. More info here.
The chic, historic hotel is giving you multiple ways to sip down plenty of rosé this summer. Enjoy rosé specials all day during Frosé Fridays, starting at $9 and when dining at ZuZu June 4 through September 16, enjoy half-off all bottles of wine (Sunday through Thursday). Or join the restaurant on July 16 for a summer rosé dinner showcasing four wine labels: Château Gassier, Ferrari Carano, WillaKenzie and Veuve Clicquot.
Scottsdale’s brightest, most colorful hotel is celebrating the pink drink with its very own Saguaro Frosé, a mix of rosé wine, elderflower liqueur, peach liqueur and other secret ingredients. Order a glass for yourself or grab your girlfriends to take down a pitcher of it for just $64. We believe in you.
Amp up your rosé game with the Tequila Rose at Andaz Scottsdale’s Turquoise Pool. This unique cocktail is a mix of Espolon Blanco Tequila, lemon, simple syrup and DRY Sparkling rosé. Served on the rocks, this refreshing drink offers the perfect balance of sweet and tart and will add a kick in your step. Did we just find our new favorite way to drink tequila?
Celebrate National Rosé Day at Stock & Stable with sweet deals all weekend. Enjoy half off all bottles of rosé during brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 9 and 10. And to celebrate the restaurant’s two-year anniversary on June 10, guest’s dining during brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. will receive their first glass of rosé or Champagne for just a penny. You don’t have to tell us twice, we’re there.
For the ultimate rosé celebration, The Clayton House is hosting Blush International Rosé Festival. Sip on more than 75 varieties during three different tasting sessions on June 9. Choose from Brunch + Bubbles (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.), Tapas Experience (3 to 6 p.m.) or Eat, Drink & Rosé (7 to 10 p.m.). Enjoy unlimited rosé and cocktail tastings, plus live music and food. Attendees will also be able to sip on pink cocktails and Champagne and are encouraged to wear pink or white. Take your obsession past the glass and into their Pink Boutique, where you can shop rosé themed items like gummy bears, candles and more. This is what dying and going to Heaven will be like.
The Canal Club at The Scott Resort & Spa is pouring up Any Day for Rosé, a signature cocktail in honor of National Rosé Day. Created by Beverage Master Jackson Donahue, the drink is a blend of strawberry-infused Cognac, vanilla, lemon and rosé. Add in the restaurant’s picture-perfect Cuban theme and you got yourself a chic combo.
Quench that rosé thirst all summer long by heading to The Phoenician where you can take advantage of their rosé special from May 29 to August 31. Enjoy Piper Sonoma Sparkling Rosé and Bodegas Muga Rosé for just $10 a glass or 20% off a bottle. Or mix it up a bit with the rosé sangria for just $12. Find this sweet summer deal and others at the newly redesigned Thirsty Camel Lounge.
Starting June 1 at JW Marriott Desert Ridge, chug down rosé sangria at twenty6 for just $7 during happy hour (2 to 5 p.m.). The drink is a mix of rosé, Apricot Brandy, Amaretto, apple juice, pomegranate juice and orange. If you prefer to keep it simple, the restaurant is offering its Palm by Whispering Angel Rosé for just $10 a glass from June 9-15.
Pair your glass of Veuve Cliquot rosé with oysters at Talavera, Four Seasons Resort’s Spanish steakhouse. The non-vintage Veuve will be accompanied by oysters on the half shell and served with a rose champagne mignonett. Enjoy the rosé at $20 per glass and the oysters at $4 each. For even more selections and more views, the resort’s Onyx Bar and Lounge is offering four rosés by the glass: non-vintage Jean Phillipe Cremant Rosé (sparkling) for $8, non-vintage Veuve Cliquot Rosé (sparkling) for $20, M. Chapoutier Belleruche Rosé for $13, and Borsao Rosé for $13. Because you can never have too many rosé options.
If you’re more about eating your rosé, then head to T. Cook’s at Royal Palms Resort and Spa where they’re serving up a special dessert for National Rosé Day. The apple rose tarte tatin is made with house-made rosé milk gelato and can be all yours for just $10.50. So you can have your rosé and eat it too.
If you’re more about grabbing a few bottles to go because ordering 10 glasses for yourself seems excessive (it’s not), AJ’s Fine Foods is letting you in on all the flavors of their rosé offerings. Click here to find your perfect soulmate.
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